Rebecca Curry is a British/South African actress who majored in drama at The National School of the Arts in Braamfontein in Johannesburg during which period she received awards for best supporting actress and half colors for drama. After leaving school she appeared in a local TV series and in several local and international TV advertisements, as well as voice over work for 702 talk radio. She then moved to the United Kingdom where she completed a 1yr post graduate at Arts Educational Schools, London (ArtsEd), majoring in Acting (Modern, Classical and Film), Improvisation, Voice, Alexandra Technique, Movement, Dance and Singing. During this time she was chosen to audition for the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) graduate program. She was also a member of The Actors Centre in London where she was selected to participate in a short course with the director Michael Ferguson. Following this she worked on several short film projects until finally co-producing and directing her first short film, which won 3rd place in the short film competition Upoverdownunder 2002. She then took a break from acting to travel and teach English in Europe, Asia and South Africa. Whilst in South Africa she returned to acting, where she did a corporate video for ABSA bank, a Nedbank PRB Shoot, and also worked alongside Mampho Brescia and Pope Jerrod in the film The Jakes are Missing. She has recently returned to the UK where she will continue to work as an actress.